International Journal of Educational Research and Development

International Journal of Educational Research and Development


International Journal of Educational Research and Development
International Journal of Educational Research and Development
2019, Vol. 1, Issue 4
A comparative study to assess the stress among children of working and non-working mothers in selected schools in mandi gobindgarh district Fatehgarh sahib, Punjab

Pooja Saini, Renu Bala

Objectives To assess the stress among children of working and non-working mothers in selected schools in Mandi Gobindgarh District Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab. 2. To compare the stress among the children of working and non-working mothers in selected schools in Mandi Gobindgarh District Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab. To find out the relationship between stress level and academic performance of children of working and non-working mothers in selected schools in Mandi Gobindgarh District Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab. Methodology: A comparative research design was used for the present study. A study sample of 60 were selected by non-probability purposive sampling technique. The data was collected by Check-list regarding stress among children of Govt Senior Secondary School in Mandi Gobindgarh District Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab. The data was analyzed in terms of objectives of the study using descriptive and inferential statistics in terms of frequency, percentage distribution, mean, median, range, standard deviation Z-test. Results: The finding of present study revealed that majority of children of working and non-working cheers 6.66) were in the age group of 13-15 years (33.3%) were in the age up of 16-18 years 20.0%) were in the age group of 10-12 years in case of working mothers. In case of non-working mothers (60.0%) were in the age group of 12-14years. (23.39%) were in the age group of 10-12 years and only (16.6%) were in the age group of 14-16years.Percentage distribution of children of working mothers according to their religion shows that majority of them (97%) were belonging to Hindu religion and (3%) were Muslim. Percentage distribution of children of non-working mothers according to religion shows that majority of them (87%) were belonging to Hindu religion and (13%) were Muslim. Distribution of children of working and non-working mothers according to their occupation of mother shows that (16.66%) work in industry. (3.3%) govt sector (6, 66%) private sector, (73.3%) were others in case of working mothers. In non-working mothers (96.7%) were unemployed and (3.3%) were others. Percentage distribution of children of working and non-working mothers to their place of residence shows that majority of them (100%) were belonging to rural area. Percentage distribution of children of working and non-working mothers to their clammily income shows that highest percentage (76.6%) were having a monthly income BROW 4000.(23.3%) were in category of Rs.4000-8000 in case of working mothers. In case of non-working mothers (53.3%) were having a monthly income below 4000, (46.6%) were in the category of Rs.4000-8000. Percentage distribution of children of working and non-working mothers according to their type of family shows that (100%) nuclear families in case of working mothers and (60%) nuclear, (40%) joint families in case of Non-working mothers. according to the marital relationship shows that (70%) coordinal (%) maladjusted in case of working mothers whereas (73.3%) coordinal. (26.6%) were maladjusted in case of non-working mothers.
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Pooja Saini, Renu Bala. A comparative study to assess the stress among children of working and non-working mothers in selected schools in mandi gobindgarh district Fatehgarh sahib, Punjab. International Journal of Educational Research and Development. 2019; 1(4): 37-41.